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The Show’s a no-show, but you can still grab a bag – The Age

She is disappointed the family won’t be going this year. The show, due to start on September 19, was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Instead, to give the boys a taste of the excitement, Ms Antonello paid $65 to buy three showbags online.
The top-selling showbags for Bensons Trading (Bluey, Harry Potter and Barbie) and for Chicane Showbags (Bertie Beetle, The Australian Women’s Weekly and My Kitchen Rules).
Top showbag producers faced disaster when more than 200 shows across the countr…

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